The Miami Dolphins were scheduled to meet with Southern California WR Marqise Lee Tuesday, April 15.

Footballguys View: Lee is a crisp route-runner, but he lacks elite speed. He’ll catch passes, but too often body catches them. That leads to catches that aren’t clean, bobbled, dropped or intercepted. He can gain separation with his guile, but lacks speed after the catch.


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